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- Brazilian Association of Graduate Programs in Economics – will
promote the 41st Brazilian Economics Meeting in 2013, at Foz do Iguaçú,
Paraná, on December 10-13.
Check the list of accepted papers.
The registration form will be available soon.
The Institute for New Economic Thinking will offer a PhD student workshop in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil. The
event will take place on December 8-10, 2013, right before the 41st
Brazilian Economics Meeting.
1. Deadline for
submission: July 23, 2013.
2. Submission fee:
R$130,00 (one hundred and thirty reais).
The fee must be paid when
submitting. PayPal is the only payment method available.
3. Paper formatting
All papers must conform, at time of submission, to the
following formatting guidelines:
. maximum of 20 pages,
already including references and appendices;
. A4 paper size;
. font: Arial or Times New Roman, size 12
. line spacing – single spacing
. side margins – at least 1.5 cm
. upper and lower margins – at least 2 cm
. cover sheet containing: title of paper, name of author(s) and their
institutional affiliation, abstract (in English), key words (in
English), indication of the 'ANPEC area' (see the list bellow), and the
of the paper.
Submissions must be in Word for Windows 6.0 format (or
more recent) or PDF.
4. Submission of
All paper submissions will be handled electronically through our online
web submission system
(which will be available on this site between
June 30 and July 23, 2013). The upload of the files (10 Mb max size)
and the payment of the registration fee will also be done through this
ATTENTION: it is not necessary to send any hard copy/print files of the
paper to the ANPEC.
Each paper should be submitted through the online
system in two files:
1. one file containing the full text, including
identification of the author(s), which will be posted on the ANPEC site
if the paper is accepted;
2. another file, which will be sent by ANPEC to the scientific
commission for evaluation, which CANNOT contain the name of the author
and co-authors, their institutional affiliation, nor any other element
which could aid in their identification.
5. Selection system
The selection of papers will abide by the blind peer
review system, preserving the anonymity of the authors. Each author may
submit only one paper, although the same person may appear as co-author
on papers submitted by others.
Remember that one of the files to be submitted through the online web
submission system CANNOT contain any information about the author(s),
nor contain any information which could help identify the authorship.
Should it fail to comply with this rule, it will be automatically
excluded from the selection process. The other file, on the other hand,
shall contain the full text and complete identification of authorship.
If any paper is submitted simultaneously to the ANPEC and SBE meetings,
it will also be excluded from the selection process.
The members of the Scientific Commitee are not allowed to submit papers
of their own, either as authors or co-authors, related to the area in
which they participate.
Area 1 - History of
Economic Thought and Methodology
Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak - CEDEPLAR/UFMG
Jorge Eduardo de Castro Soromenho - IPE/USP
Area 2 - Political
Economy (Heterodox Approaches)
Adalmir Antonio Marquetti - PPGE/PUC-RS
Maria de Lourdes Mollo - PPGE/UnB
Area 3 - Economic
Renato Leite Marcondes Marcondes - PPGE/USP-RP
Fábio Carlos da Silva - PPGDSTU-NAEA/UFPA
Antônio Carlos de Moraes - PUC-SP
Area 4 - Macroeconomics,
Monetary Economics and Financial Economics
Gabriel Caldas Montes - PPGE/UFF
João Frois Caldeira - PPGE/UFRGS
Ricardo de Figueiredo Summa - IE/UFRJ
Area 5 - Public Economics
(Economics of the Public Sector)
Francisco Junqueira Moreira da Costa - EPGE/FGV-RJ
Enlinson Henrique Carvalho de Mattos - EESP/FGV-SP
Paulo Amilton Maia Leite Filho - PPGE-JP/UFPB
Area 6 - Economic
Growth, Economic Development and Institutions
Emerson Marinho - CAEN/UFC
Humberto Francisco Silva Spolador - PPGEA/USP-ESALQ
José Luis da Silva Netto Júnior - PPGE-JP/UFPB
Area 7 - Internacional
Eliane Cristina de Araújo - PCE/UEM
Aderbal Oliveira Damasceno - PPGE/UFU
Viviani Silva Lírio - PPGEA/UFV
Area 8 - Microeconomics,
Quantitative Methods and Financial Economics
Wilfredo Maldonado - PPGE/UCB
André Alves Portela Santos - PPGE/UFSC
Marcos Eugênio da Silva - IPE/USP
Area 9 - Industrial
Economics and Technological Change
Márcia Siqueira Rapini - CEDEPLAR/UFMG
Marco Antonio Vargas - PPGE/UFF
Pablo Felipe Bittencourt - PPGE/UFSC
Area 10 - Regional and
Ana Paula Bastos - PPGDSTU-NAEA/UFPA
Leonardo Monasterio - UCB e IPEA
Alexandre Alves Porsse - PPGDE/UFPR
Area 11 - Agricultural
and Environmental Economics
Joaquim Bento de Souza Ferreira Filho - PPGEA/USP-ESALQ
Andrea Sales Soares de Azevedo Melo - PIMES/UFPE
Dimitri Szerman - PUC-RJ
Area 12 - Social
Economics (Health, Education, and Welfare) and Demographic Economics
João Mário de França - CAEN/UFC
Marcelo Bentes Diniz - PPGDSTU-NAEA/UFPA
Romero Rocha - PUC-RJ
Area 13 - Labor Economics
Cláudia Sá Malboisson Andrade - CME/UFBA
Rosana Ribeiro - PPGE/UFU
José Dari Krein - IE/UNICAMP